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Lovers' Lane Primary School, Newark, teams up with Morrisons to deliver cards for the community




Children at Lovers’ Lane Primary School in Newark worked with Morrisons supermarket to make Easter cards for the community, including care homes.

They were delivered by staff from the Newark store.

The school’s assistant head, Amy Graham, said: “During the pandemic, it has really highlighted the value of the community working together.

Lovers' Lane primary school pupils have made Easter cards for Morrisons, to be distributed to care home residents. L-R Amanda Biss - community champion, Benjamin Alam 7, Doleja Baukaite 6, Amy Graham - assistant, Thomas Parsons 6, Abbie-Rose Rafferty 6, Jade Chapman - community champion. (45834729)
Lovers' Lane primary school pupils have made Easter cards for Morrisons, to be distributed to care home residents. L-R Amanda Biss - community champion, Benjamin Alam 7, Doleja Baukaite 6, Amy Graham - assistant, Thomas Parsons 6, Abbie-Rose Rafferty 6, Jade Chapman - community champion. (45834729)

“During the last lockdown, Morrisons kindly provided food and other items to add to our food parcels supporting families in our school community that were affected by covid-19.

“As working together is one of Lovers’ Lane’s core values, we were delighted that the children were able to use their arts and craft skills to make Easter cards for the community.

“We hope they bring a smile to someone’s face this Easter.”



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